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THE ENTERPRISE; WDNESliA YiiMt 8: 1850.
'A v'. Braoe Up, ' ! " '; -'i
You ara feeling ivpresed, your sp
petit I poor, you ara btlerel with
headache you ar H(tetty,iierToiiB, and
generally out of sorts, and want to
brxce up. Brace up, - bt not with
ailmulent, 'ptlng medicines, or blt'eri,
hli:h hHvefor their bng very ehoap,
sad whisky, and which stimulates yon
for nil hour, and then ! leave, you lu
worse condition than Jbelore. What
you wknt 1 an alterative that will
-purify your blood, start healthly action
pf livjpr anil kldnej8,'wreatpre your vi
tality', Hml give you renewed health
and strength. Such a niediolng you
will And In Elcctrio D tier-. and only
tO ceuts a bottle at Adams' drug store. 3
The Population of Wellington ,
It about 8,000, and we would Bay at leant
onM half are troubled with aumo auction
fthe throat and lunulas those com
plaints are, accord in( to statistics, more
numerous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the oppor
tunity to call on tbelr druggists and get a
b Mtle ot Kemp's Halsam for the throat and
lungs. Trial size Iree. Large bottles 50o
ad $1. Bold by all druggists. ;
, BnckirVs Arnica Knlr. ( ,
Tbo bast aalva in the world for tm
bru'ie, aores, ulcers, salt r lie am, It-vn
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain,
eoma and all akin eruptions, and positive
ly cures pile, or no pay required It t
guaranteed to giva perfect aalisl'autlon, oi
noney refunded. Price 29 cents per bo
For Bala bv Wooaur A Adams. 16v
808 in Six Months.
TaoWert Ceemical Co, Waterton.N. T.
Gentlemen. I take pleasure in In
forming you of the wonderful miercs
we have had with your Lunar Balsani.
We have sold In the Ian six months
Iv8 bottles. We hve guaranteed near
ly every bottle i ut at yet have had only
lour returned. 1 rm In receipt of score
Of tt-stiinonUU lrom the most promln
ent residents of our cliy which I xhould
like to send you. Trial size free. K.
W. Aaoistlie L ailing DruggUte
B. Felt, Jr, Druggist.
English Spavin Lirlment removesall
Hard, Soft, or Ca1ous-d Lumis and
H -hi lshe from horses Blood Spavin,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney Ring-bone,
b ll -. Birnlii9, all Swollen Throat,
ronvhs, E'O. Save $80 hy use of one
bottle. Warranted. S-Ul by W. E
Adams, DruggUt, Wellington, O. 4-26i
Their Business Booming.
Prohhbly no one thing tins caused a
yreneml revival of trade at Adams'
lrug Store as their giving- away to
their customers of go many free trial
boiiles of Dr. King' Mew Discovery
for consumption. Their trae 1 aim.
ply enormous In this very valuable
article from the fact that It alwava
eure gnl never diimppoiiils. Coughs,
oolds, asthaa, bronchitis, croup and
II throat and lung dleae qnlcklv
cured. You can test it oefore buylnu
by getting a trUl bottle free, large alze
$1. Every bottle warranted. Hold by
. W. Adams. , 3 '
The Handsomest Lady
In Wellington remarked to a friend the
thai day that aha knew Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat and Lungs waa a supeilor
remedy as It stopped ber cougn mstanuy
when otbercongb remedies had no effect
whatever. So to prove thla aod convlce
' too of it merit, any druggist will giva oo
sample bottle free. Large alza 60 cents
and one dollar.
Brioht's Disease: Curkd. Three years
go 1 waa attacked, with' kidney trouble,
which In a few months terminated io
Brlghl'a disease. My physician said my
case waa Incurable. I tried different
thlnga and received no benefit nntil a
friend persuaded me to try Dr. Bnrdick'e
Kidney cure. J sent and got oie bottle;
refbre that wax half gone I frit a change.
One bottle removed from my body and
ltmbe fifteen pounds of watrr, which bad
been very badly swollen 1 used twelve
bottles and was entirely cured, and never
bed my return ot the disease, since. I
would recommend this mrdlclne to all
angering witb kidney or liver trouble, to
which I owe my life.
Elm as i Acaeo. Woodbury, N. J.
Tfiorntaand l. F D Fell. 461m
Itah, Mange; and Scratches on hnman
r aniasala cured in 80 minutes by Woul
h rti's Benitary Lotion. 1 his never tail
old by K.W.Adams, Druggist , Welling.
lo,Cal. 44 ly
To The Citizens of Wellington.
Fred D. Fell, the drugglxt, ol Welling
ton, will keep tor sale the celebrated
Indian P!!l,mnnulactured by the eminent
Dr, ft. MscFarland nl Genoa, O. This Is
, the pill tbal cures headache, sick or ner
' vous. alHO constipation, and for one failure
we offer $10011 direct lona are carried out
We can V-ll you more, they cure rheuma
tism, sciatic, or chronic, Inflammatory. All
atoraach dlseNSi-s yield every time lo this
great discovery They will positively
cure all ditraaeaol the urlnarv organa It
eurnble from any medicine. The secret la
they cure the liver and will not fail. Do
ot tail to try thia medicine; ft a boa, 60
pill in each box. Call at Kill'sdrugntor
for them, v Fell only keep them, Well.
loi!ton,,.Aak for the little book giving
symptoms.- This Is the great blood search
er o the world. '
N U. Fell only. Remembtr Dr. R
MarFnrland's pill la tbe only genuine
MacFarlond pill on earth. .
What B it. Cooper, says.
T V T..I..n. 11... . ,, I.I I, ..I It- ,.l.
dlseata io tha won.t form. I ' nsed two
bottles of oor medicine, Burdlck'a Kid
ney Cure, and It baa dime wonders for rue.
.The swelling has leit my tx-dy and limn
. n rl 1 mm . avi.ll t Mil Bklk Alll .ji.i.
Thla la the only renu dy that wauld reach
my casa. -Price 75 ct ots.
What John L. Hades,of Wondl.ury, N.
B sayst J. E. Jackson, Dear, bit; "I
my pallia at tlmea were so grest I would
roll the floor. I thought my case a help.
lesa one. J used two bottles ol your tried
Iclue, (Ilurdick's Kidney Cure) and now I
cub do any kind of woik. ' I rrcommrnd
this lo all sufferers. Price 73 ciiil and
$125. For sale hy Fred Felt.
Loose's Bod Clover Hie Bemedy. f
III K mkillvA il.iHV " t,,r all f. .rn.a if I
tie dlwaoe. l!rd. Uleediiiir, Itching. If.-
certeff, and Protruding Piles, Price C0
c Fir sole by Fred fclc ' '- : J
OTHER BAYS LTYED OVER.
Sermon by Rev. T. DeWltt Tal
mage, D. P .
Ua Thinks It Woolt b TVall for All to
Spend More Time la ltemlnUeenee
The Laitlng TnOucnoa ol Early
, Surraoadlngii.. '
Thesulijoctof Dr. Talma go's recent sormon
at the Brooklyn Tabcrnaolo waa "Other Du vs
Llvod Over," and his text, Dcuturonomy
vlli. 8: "Thou ahalt romombnr all the way
which the LordThv Ood led th." Ho said;
Before entering on my subject I wish to
aay that some newspaper correspondents,
referring to a recent sormon lu which I wol.
co mod foreign naUonaltloa to thla country,
have sold thnt I advocated as a desirable
thing the fntermarriafro of Uio white and
black racee, I never said so, I never thought
so, and any one who so misrepresent that
sormon is cither a villain or fool, perhaps
both. c . .
But to open thla morning's auboct I have
to say Ood In the text advises the people to
look back upon their past history. It will
do ns all good to rehearse the scenes between
this Hay morning and our cradle, whether
H waa rooked In country or town. A few
days ago, with my sinter and brother, I via
ltod the plaoe of my boyhood. It waa one
of the moat emotional and absorbing daya of
my life. There stands the old house, and as
I went through tbe rooma I aaid ; "I could
find my way here with my eyes shut, al'
though I have not been here in forty years."
There waa tha sitting room where a large
family group every evening gathered, the
moat ef them now ra a better world. There
waa the old barn where we hunted for Eaat
er eggs, and the plaoe where the horsea
stood. There la where the orchard waa,
only three or four trees now loft of all tbe
grove that onoe bore apples, and snch ap
ples, too. There ia the brook down which
we rode to the watering of the horses bare
back and with a rope halter. Wo also vis
ited tbe cemetery where many of our kin
dred are waiting for tbe resurrection, the
old people side by side, after a Journey to
gether of sixty yearn, onlyahout three years
botwooo tbe time of their going. There also
sleep the dear old neighbors who used to tie
their horses nnder tbe shed of the couutry
mcctinghouaeand sit at the end of the pew,
singing "Duke Street," and "Balerma," and
"Antloch." O, thoy were a glorious race of
men and women who did thulr work well,
raised a splendid lot of boys and girls, and
are now aa to their bodies In silent neigh
borhood on north, but aa to their souls in
Jubilant neighborhood before the throno of
Ood. I feel that my Journey and vfailt laet
week did me ood, aod it would do yon all
good, if not in person then in thought, to re
visit the soon as of boyhood or girlhood.
"Then shaltrcmcnibcrall tbe way which tbo
Lord thy Ood led thee."
Youth is apt too much to spend all Its time
In looking forward. Old are is apt too much
to spend all its time In looking backward.
Poople in mid-life and on the apex look both
ways. It would be well for ns, I think,
however, to spend more time In reminis
cence. By the constitution of eur nature
we spend most of the time looking forward,
and the vast majority of thia audience live
not so much in the present aa in the future.
I find that you menu to muke a reputation,
you mean to establish yourself, and the ad
vantagea you expect to achieve absorb a
great deal of your time. But I see no harm
In this If it does not make yon discontented
with the present or disqualify you for ex
It la a useful thing' sometimes to look
back, and to aee the dangers we have es
caped, aod to see the sorrows ws have Buf
fered, and the trials and wandering of onr
earthly pilgrimage, and to sum up our an
Joymanta. I Dean this morning, so for as
Ood may help me, to stir np your memory
of tbe past, so that in tbe review you may bo
encouraged, and humbled and urged to pray.
There la a chapel In Florence with a fresco
byQnlda It was covered np with two
Inches of stucco nntil onr American and
European artists went there and after long
toll removed the covering and retraced the
fresco. And I am aware that the memory
of the past, with many of yon, ia all cov
ered np with ton thou mind obliterations, and
I propose thia morning, so far aa tha Lord
may help me, to take away tha covering,
that the old picture may shine out again.
I want to. bind In one sheaf all your post
advantage and I want to bind in another
shoaf all your past adversities. It la a pre
cious harvest, and I must be motions how I
swing the scythe.
Among tbe greatest advantages of yonr
past life was an early home and its surround
tags. The bad men of the day, for the most
part, dip their heated passions ont of tbo
boiling spring of an unhappy .home. We are
not surprised to find that Bryon's heart was
concentration of sin, when we hecr hia
mother waa abandoned, and that she made
sport of his Infirmity and of ton railed him
"the lame brut." lie who haa vicidua pa
rent has to fight every inch of hia way If he
wonld maintain hia integrity and at last
reach the home of the good In Heaven.
Perhaps your early homo waa In the city.
It may have been in the dajs when Canal
street, Row York, waa far up town and the
aito of this prcacuteliun h was an excursion
into tbe country. . That old house in the city
may have been demolished or changed Into
stores, and it scorned like sacrilege to you,
for thero was more meaning in that pla'n
house, in that small house, than thero ta in
grnnlte mansion or a tnrrcted cathedral.
Look ng back thia morning you aee It aa
thongh it were yesterday the sitting-room,
where the loved ones sat by tbe plain lamp
light, the mother at the evening stand, tbo
brothers and sisters, perhaps long ago gath
ered into thaekiea, then plotting mischief
on the floor or under the table, yonr father
with a Arm voloe commanding a alloncethat
lasted half a minuta ....
O,' those were good daysf- If yon had
your foot hurt, your mother always had
scblhlnff sutve to heal It. If you were
wrunRed In the street, your father waa al
ways ready to protunt yen. Thq year was
one nsind of froilo ami mirth yoarirrofetest
trouble was like an April shower, more sun
shine than shower. The h'rt h:! not been
ransackod by troubles, nor bad sickness
broken it, and no lamb hod a wannorshoep
fold than tho homo la which your childhood
nestled. , , ; -.
- Perhaps you were brought up in theooun
try. You stand now to-day in memory nn
dor tbe old tree. You clubbed It for fruit
that waa not quite ripe because yon couldn't
wait any longer. Yob hear the brook rumb
ling along over the pebbles. You stop again
Into tbe furrow whore your father la his
shirt sleeves shouted to tbe buy oxen. You
frighten tho swallows from the rafters of
the bars, and take just one egg, and alienee
your ounnctoace by aaylng thoy won't miss
it. Yon tnkc a drink auin out of the very
bucket that tho old wall fotohod Bp. You
go for tho cows at night, and and them wag
ging their hoods through the ban. t Holme
In Umi duly and buay at recta you wished,
) on were home nguln on that od.d grass, or
In the rtiffi'iirpflted nau oi urn tarm nuuso,
tluWifb w biek Ihoro was the breath of new
ni'ikVu hy-c-r iha bloesoin of buulrvrhout. i
""Voi r.iiiy huVe In yonf" vin.lows now
b "Put, fnl plutiUi aud Ilowon brour.ht from
irro-a lbs ca, put not ma of ths-a stirs In ,
yrursoul so mnch ehtunn tntl Memory as tho
old ivy and the yellow sunflower that stood
sentinel along the garden wall, and tha forget-me-nots
playing hide-und-eoek mid tho
long grasa. The father, who used to coma
In sunburnt from tbe fields snd sit down on
the sill snd wipe tha' swoat from hi brow,
may bava gonotohigSvetlastlngrost., The
mother, who nsed to sit at the door l(tUe
bent over, cap and spectacles on, hor face
mellowing with the vicissitude of ; many
years, may have put down -hor gray hend on
the pillow .in-' the valley, but loiot 'that
home you never will. Hare you' thanked
Ood for itl Have yon rehearsed all tbe
blnsned reminiscences! O, (hank Bod for a
Christian father; thank Ood fork Christian
mother; th;inkOod for en early Christian
altar at which you Were taught to knoel;
thank tlod for an early Christian bom. ,
I bring to mind another, .p-.iBsapa 'in'tho
history of yourlifa, Tab 'day came when
you set up your own household.'. The duys
panned In qulot blessedness.' You twain sat
at 1 ho tublo morning gnd night and talked
over your plans for tbo futuro. . Tbe most
Insignificant affair hi your life became tbe
subject of mutual cotiwlUtion and ad
visement. You wore ao happy you felt you
never could be any happier. One day a
dark cloud hovoreci over your dwelling and
it gbt darker and darker; but but ef that
clond the ahlulng 'messenger ' of ' Ood de
scended to luearnate an: Immortal' spirit.
Two little feet started on an immortal Jour
ney, and yon were to lead them a gem tq
flash in heaven's eoronet, and you to polish
it ; eternal ages ot light and darkness watch
ing the startfn&out of a newly created crea
tor .f,!'-'.of' r3 ;:,.;r
iYou rejoiced and yon trembled at tho ro
Bpoiulbility that in your possession an im
mortal treasure waa placed. Yon prayed and
rejoiced, and wept and wondered, and prayed
and rojoleed, and wept and wondered (.yon
were earnest in gappUcatlon that yon might
lend It through llfo into the kingdom of Ood.
There waa a tremor in your earnestness.
There was adoubleintorestabout that home.
There was an additional Interest why you
should stay there and be faithful, and when
In a fow months your bouse waa filled with
the musto of the child's laughter you were
truck through with the foot that yon had a
Have yon kopt that vowt Have yoa neg
lected any of these duties t Is your home aa
much to you as it used to bet Have those
anticipations boon gratified 1 Ood help you
to-day in your solomn rominlsoonoe, and let
His mercy fall upon your sonl It your kind
ness has been ill requited. God have meroy
on the parent on tha wrinkles of whose face
ia written tho story of a child's sin. Ood
have mercy on the mot hor who, in addition
to her other pangs, has the pangs of aohlld'e
iniquity. O, there are many, many sad
sounds in this sad world, but the saddest
sound thnt Is ever heard la the breaking of
a mother's heart. Are there any here whs
remember that In that borne they were nn
fuithfull Are there those who wandered
off from that early borne, and left the
mother to die with a broken hcartt O, I stir
that reminiscence to day.
I find another point in your life history.
You found one day you were in the wrong
road ; you couldn't sleep at night; there was
Just one word that seomed to sob through
your banking house, or through your office,
or through your shop, or your bed room, and
that word waa "Eternity." Yon said, "I am
not ready for it O God, have meroy." Tbo
Lord heard. Peace cams to your heart. In
tbe breath of the hill aad the waterfall's
dash yoa beard the voii of God's love; the
clouds and the trees bailed you with glaoV
neaa; you came Into tha house ot God.
. Yon remmeber how yonr hand trembled
as you took up the cap of the communion.
You remember tbe old minister who oonao
orated It, and yon remember the oharoh of
ficial! who carried it through the aisle; you
remember the old people who at the elose of
the aervtoe took your hand In theirs in con
gratulating sympathy, a much aa to aay:
"Welcome home, you lost prodigal;", and
thongh Vooae hands are all withered away,
that communion Sabbath la resurrected thla
morning; it la resurrected witb all It
prayers, and songs, snd tears, and sermons,
and transfiguration. Have you kopt those
Vow! Havo you been backslider! God
help yon. Thla day kneel at tbe foot ef
mercy and start sgaln for Heaven. 8 tort
to-day as you started then. I rouse your
soul by that reminiscence.
. But I must not spend any more of mjr
time In going over the advantages of your
life. I just put them all in one grout sheaf,
and I wrap tbem np in your memory with
one loud harvest song surh a the reapers
sing. Praise the Lord, ye blood bought
immortals of earth! Praise the Lord, ye
crowned spirits of Heaven I .
But some of yoa have hot always bad a
smooth Ufa. Borne of you are now In tha
ahadow. Others had their trouble year
ago, yon are a mere wreck of what you onoe
were. I most gather up the sorrowsof your
paat life; but how shall I do It! You aay that
It la impossible a yoa have had ao many
troubles and adversities. Then I will Just
tuke two, the first trouble and the last trou
ble. As when you are walking alon; the
street, and there haa been musto In the dis
tance, you nnoonacionsly find yourself keep
ing step to the music, so when you started
life your vary life waa a musical time-beat.
The air waa full of Joy and hilarity; with
tbo bright, clear oar you mado tho boot skip;
you went on snd life grow brighter until
after a while suddenly voice from Heaven
said, "Haiti" and quick aa the aunsbine you
halted ; you grew pale, you confronted your
first sorrow. You had no idea that the
flush onyourchlld's cbeekwasan unhealthy
flush. You said It canyt be any thing
serious. ' Death In allppercd feat walked
round about the cradle. You did
not hea tho tread, but after a while
the truth flashed on you. You walked tbe
floor. O, If you amid, with yonr strong,
stout band, have wrenched that child from
the deatroyor. You wont to your room and
you aald, "tlod, save my child! God, save
my child." The world seemed going out in
darkness. You aaidr "I can't bear It; I
can't boar it" You folt aa tf yon could aot
put the long lishoa over tbe bright eyes,
never to see thorn again sparkle. O, If you
oould have taken that little one in - your
anna and with It reaped the grave, how
gladly you would have done. Itl O, If you
oould lot your property go, your houses go,
your land and your store house go, how
gladly you would have allowed thorn to de
part if you oould only have kept that one
But one day there arose from the heaven
a chill blast that swept over the bedroom,
and Instantly all tbe light went out, and
there was darkness thick, murky, impen
etrable, shuddering darkness. But God
didn't leave you thora, Meroy spoke. At
you took up tbe cup, and wars about to put
it to your lip, God said, "Let It pass," and
forthwith, aa by tha handa of angola, anoth
er cup waa put Into your handa; llwaa tha
cup of Ood'a consolation. And aa yon havo
aomeumoa lifted the head ot a wounded
Midler, and poured wins Into hia lip, so
uod put his left arm under your hoad. and
with Hisrlghthand be poured into your Up
ine wiuo oi ni oonaoiauon, and you looked
at tho empty cradle and looked at your
broken heart, and yon looked at t)u Lord's
cbastlcmont, snd you said, "EvOu ao, Po
ther, for so it sostiMtth good In Thy sight."
Ab, It was yunr Orat trouble. ' How Mid
you got ovor.lt t Ood confronted you. Yos
have boon u bettor man ever sine. . You
have been a bolter woman over since. In
tho Jar of the closing gate of tho scpulohot
you heard tbe clanging of the opening gate
of Heaven, and you felt an Irresistible
drawing heavenward. You must have boon
purer of mind ever since that night when
the little one for tho last time pat ite arms
around your neck and aald, "Good night,
papa: good night, mamma. Meet me in
But I must come oq down to your latest
aorrow. What waa rtl Perhaps it was your
own sloknosa. The child's treai on the
stair, or the tick of the watch on the stand
disturbed you. Through the long weary
days you counted the figures In the carpet
or the flowers In tha wall paper. O, the
weariness, the exhaustion I O, tbo burning
pangs I Would God it weremoruing, would
God it wore night, were your frequent cry.
But you are hotter, or perhaps even well.
Have you thanked God to-day that you can
como out in tbo fresh air; that you are in
thla place to hear Ood'a name, and to aing
God's praise, and implore Ood'a help.'ond to
ask God'a forgiveness) liluss tho Lord,
whodoaloth all our diseases, sad rodecmetb
our llvos from destruction.
Furhain your last aorrow wna a financial
embarrassment. I congratulate some of
you on your lucrative profosslonoor occupa
tion, on ornate apparel, on a oommodioua
residence everything you put your hands
to soems to turn to gold. But thero aro
others of you who are like theshlp on which
Paul sailed, where two seas met, and you
are broken by tbo violence of the waves.
By an unadvised Indorsement, or by a con
Junction of unforseen eveuta, or by fire, or
storm, of a sonseloss panic, you have been
flung headlong, and where you onoe dis
pensed great charities now you have hard
work to make tbo two ends meet. -
Have you forgotten to thank Ood for your
days of prosperity, and that through your
trials some of you have made invoitmento
which will continue tier the last bank of
this world haa explododand the silver and
gold are molten in the fires of a burning
world! Havo you, amid all your losses and
diaoouragementa, forgot that there waa
bread on your table thla morning, and that
thore shall bo shelter for your head from
the storm, and there ia air for your lung,
and blood for your heart, and light for you
eye, and a glad and glorious snd triumph
ant religion for your soul!
Perhaps your last trouble waa a bereave
ment That heart which in childhood waa
your refuge, tbe parental heart, and which
has been a source of the quickest sympathy
ever since, has auddonly become silent for
ever, and now sometimes, whenever In sud
den annoyance and without deliberation you
say "I will go and toll mother," the thought
Oasheaon you, "I have no mother;" or the
father, with voice lea tender, but staunch
and earnest and loving as ever, watchful of
all your way, exultant over your success
without saying much, although the old peo
ple do talk it over by themselves, bis trem
bling hand on that staff which you now keep
as a family rclio, hia memory embalmed In
grateful hoarts, ia token away forever.
Or, thore was your companion in life,
sharer of your Joys and sorrows, taken,
leaving the heart an old ruin, whore the
chill winds blow ovor a wldo wlldcrnees of
(Vsolatlon, the gund of the dscrt driving
across tho place which once bloomod like
the garden of God. And Abraham mourna
for Barab at the cave of Muchpolah. Going
along your path in llfo, suddenly, right be
fore you waa an open grave. People looked
down and they saw it was only a few feet
deep and a few feet wldo, but to you it waa
a cavern down which went all your hope
and all your expectation.
But cheer up In the name of the Lord
Josns Christ, the Comforter. He is not
going to forsake you. Did the Lord take
that child ont of your arms! Why, He ia
going to sholtavs-tt tatter than you could.
He I going to array it In a white robe, and
with palm branch it will be all ready to
greet you at your coming home. Hlekacd tbe
broken heart that Jams heals. Bleaaed the
Importunate cry that Jesus compassionate.
Blessed the weeping eye from which the
band ot Jesna wipe away the tear.
I was Bailing down the St. John River,
Canada, which la h Blne and the Hudson
commingled in oaeorne of beauty and
grandeur, and whilo T was on tbe deck of the
steamer a gentleman pointed ont to me the
places of Interest, snd he said, "All this is
Interval hind, and It is tha richest land in all
the provinces of New Brunswick snd Nova
"What," said L "do you moan by interval
land I" "Well," be aald, "thla land la sub
merged for a part of the year; spring
freshets oome down and all these plains am
overflowed with the water, and tho we.icr
leave a rich deposit, and when the waters
ore gone the harvest spring up, one there
ia tbe grandest harvest ever reaped."- And
I instantly thought, "It is not the heights of
thecburcband ttbinottho bclgbta of thi
world that ia tho scene of tha g'.-catcat pros
perity, bnt tbe soul overVh'c'j the flood of
sorrow hsve gone, the soul jver whleh the
freshets of tribulation bavL torn their way,
that yields the greatest fults of righteous
ness, and the largest b .nvst for time, and
the richest hurvort for eternity." Jilcs Ood
that your soul 1 Interval load. ,
: But these nybiotscencas roach only to this
morning. 1 'uera wUl yet be ope more point
bt tremendous remlnisoenoa, sod that ia the
last hour of llfo, when wa bavs to look ovor
anourpastuxlatenos. What a moment that
will bet I place Napoleon's dying reminis
cence on Bt Uolonsbeside Mrs. Judson'sdy
Ing reminiscence In the harbor of Ht Helena,
the same Island, twenty years after. Na
poloon's dying reminiscence was one of de
lirium, "Head of the army." Urs.Jodson'a
dying rominlsconce, as he came home from
her ailaalonary toll and hor life of self aoo
rifles for God, dying in the cabin of tbe ship
In the harbor of fit Helena, was, "I always
did love the Lord Joan Christ" And then,
the historian aays, she fell Into a sound
sleep for an hour, and woke amid tho songs
f angels. . - .
1 plaoe tbe dying reminiscence of Au
gustus Cassar against the dying remlnla
ooace of tho Apostle Paul. The dying
remlnisaenca of Augustus Cimar waa ad
dressing bis attendants, "Have I played
my part well - on the stage of life!"
snd they answered In tbe affirmative,
and he aald, "Why, then, don't you ap
plaud met" The dying reminiscence of
Paul the Apostlp was, "I have fought
a good Ugbt I have kept tbo faith; benos
forth thore Is luld np for me crown of
rlghteounosa, which the Lord, the right
eous Judge, will give me in that day, and
not to me only, but to all them that love His
appearing." Augustus Ciosar died amid
pomp and great surrounding. Paul ut
tered hi dying reminlsoeooe looking
through tbs wall of dungeon. God grant
that our lust hour maybe the closing of s
useful life, and tbo opening of a glorious
Tho thought of Heaven is pleasant to us ;
vAi bollevs that some place swsy above the
sky, and clouds, and stars, there Is a home
Into which we ahall be gathered. . If wa
foul like wandcror, pilgrims snd sojourn
ef, snd our travels perhaps almost oon
eluded, It Is rostrul to us to look and -contemplate
that which awaits us In the better
land. It Is not that ws wish to escnpo what
Is bore, bat Its fashion changing, wo bono
for the bettor on Joy ments that are beyond.
; Wo mtmt not bo too fastidious about
people fonuvkUig tholr ngllBcse and correct
ing their faulta boforaour charity goes out
to thorn. Bishop Huntington.
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